NJT in Maryland, as otherwise idle equipment is put to good use by Amtrak as a "Holiday Extra." Note the newer TransTech pans, the orange 12K sticker on the front, and the adapter knuck... (more)
On a slow day on the NS B-Line/H-Line 228 speeds through Hagerstown with NS 7259 leading 6 total intermodal cars.
SUPER Elevation making it look like this locomotive is about ready to tip over. The GP38H-3 is assisting the engineering dept. as they do work on track 3.
A "ghost" E-Unit at Brunswick. (Rebuilt EMD E9AM; built as IC 4023 E8A, April, 1951.) The MARC station was designed by Ephraim Francis Baldwin, and opened in 1891.
Bayview local HB48 drops cars for the Canton Railroad at 5th Avenue Yard.
Running as lite power out of Curtis Bay, Q277-20 is west on track 1 of the Capital Sub en route to Jessup where it will pick up it's train of empty autoracks.
Detail of MPA Tool Car X11, photographed (with permission) while it was privately owned and residing in East Baltimore in 1984. It was subsequently moved to the Ma & Pa mainline at Muddy Creek For... (more)
"Sunrise Orange Blossom"On 12/15/1985 at 07:30, eleven minutes after a 07:19 sunrise, the OBSS (Orange Blossom Special-South), led by RF&P GP40-2 142, is westbound on track 1 crossing t... (more)
Eastbound P030 passes Mexico Tower at the east end of Cumberland Yard.
It's a brassy hot June afternoon, and Acela Trainset No. 8 (accepted in January, 2001) has reduced its speed to 90 mph for the Susquehanna River crossing.
Change is coming to the NEC in the late 70s- concrete ties on No. 4 track, and GG-1 No. 902 has been renumbered as the 4902 to make way for the 900-series AEM-7s. Note the HEP (head end power) ca... (more)
Conrail train SEPY (Selkirk - Potomac Yard) is operating on CSX trackage as it crosses the massive bridge over the Susquehanna river
Norfolk Southern's Virginian unit leads CSX intermodal train Q138 by the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Roundhouse complex and Amtrak station in Martinsburg, WV.
A northbound Metroliner is leaving a trail of dust in its wake, as it whistles for the old East Bel Air Avenue crossing in Aberdeen. In the lead is a Budd-GE "Metroclub" car. Note the ... (more)